“Maybe we should all just listen to records and quit our jobs.” (Jack White)
26th November 2018 – A NOTE FROM THE LP BLOG: You may or may not have noticed that the LP Blog didn’t post a song of the day yesterday!? This is mainly because, in my ever-evolving daily schedules, time sometimes escapes me and, whilst I’ve maintained a pretty good record of providing daily musical nourishment for the last four years, I do sometimes struggle to fulfil this challenging daily criteria! This is not to say that I will stop posting numerous times a week, that will NEVER be the case; more so if you see a day missed, I’m just distributing my time a little move evenly and have not deserted my post as a ‘sharer of music!’ Fear not, I could never stop doing this!!
The Listening Post Blog is a venture created with the sole aim of providing an outlet for new, current and old music to be discovered and heard.
I aspire to discover the undiscovered or, at least, the less known and emerging music out there, as well as playing homage to both current and old favourites. Whatever I find, whatever sounds good and whatever I love, this is where you will find it!
Always embracing the challenge to feature music for my Song of the Day pages (be sure to check out archived pages too!), there will always be an eclectic collection of music to discover on my blog, it is what drives and motivates me for there is no better feeling than the discovery of something new….and of course sharing that something new!
My tastes are varied and always evolving. Anything from Indie to Garage, Alternative to Acoustic, Psychedelic to Hip Hop, Blues to Soul and all that ventures in between shall be played here and, whilst I like to provide background info on featured sounds, (it’s great for me to learn as I go along too), I do try to let the music do most of the talking…
Sharing is key but I always welcome feedback and interaction from you! What do you think about music, feel free to tell me what you like, what you don’t like, or just what you think about any featured songs..
Shared and aired is the top priority!